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Good morning stocks climbed for a second day in a row Thursday closing in positive territory this came after good news on the economy outweighed continuing concerns about the conflict in Syria.
Second quarter GDP was revised up to 2.5 percent and increase from the previously reported one point 7%.
The Dow closed up sixteen points the NASDAQ was up nearly 27 points and -- Pain in the pump is expected to continue in September although the UK voted against a strike on Syria yesterday.
And US action remains uncertain gas prices are anticipated to rise.
Analysts originally expected to drop to three dollars and forty cents a gallon from the current three dollars and 59 cents but some forecasters now predicting.
A short term spike of up to ten cents a gallon.
Racing for a potential disruption in Middle East oil supply.
Some good news -- on Thursday crude fell from its two year high on news that supply is actually up.
And living weekend travel is increasing 6% from last year that's according to trip advisor they say.
Of consumers are planning to travel this holiday weekend.
Two thirds of those will drive while the other third will fly 42%.
Plan to visit family in -- the top five most popular destinations are New York City.
Denver or Seattle Philadelphia and Boston.
That's business for -- a lot on foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm -- parents.
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